Move/Hide Post Images 3

Note : This snippet applies to Customizr version 3.1.x and below. It may not work with version 3.2+. Use with caution on 3.2+ and check the availability and type of the hooks in the Customizr hooks API.

Last Reviewed: 28-Mar-14

You may wish to adjust the positioning of the Images on Posts. Default is alternate Left/Right, but you can force all to Left or Right. This can be done by:

Where to copy/paste this code?
The simplest way is to use the Custom CSS section of the customizer option screen. If you have many customizations to make in CSS and PHP, then we strongly recommend you create a child theme. Everything you need to know about creating a child theme with Customizr here.

Hide Images:

 

Move all Images to Left:

 

Move all Images to Right:

 

Since the Snippet was originally published, it has been identified that the CSS solution is not ‘pixel-perfect’.
@ElectricFeet has published an update using php which is a more accurate solution.

 

Where to copy/paste this code?
We strongly recommend you create a child theme and add this to the Child Theme functions.php.
Download a start-up child theme here.

Remember: you shouldn’t edit the theme’s functions.php.

 

Move all Images to Left:

 

Move all Images to Right:


About Dave Bardell

My name is Dave Bardell (@rdellconsulting) and have been supporting the Forum since discovering this wonderful Theme. Have learnt a lot from other Supporters (@acub, @tomaja, @ElectricFeet, in particular). Have a library of snippets I've built up which in adding here, I'll try to acknowledge the original contributor but apologies to any I miss or wrongly attribute. daveb@rdellconsulting.com


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